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PEDIATRIC BEHAVIORAL HEALTH PROGRAM

Assessment & Treatment

Attachment/Bonding Evaluation

Developmental Evaluation

Psychological Evaluation

Child-Parent-Psychotherapy (Dyadic Therapy)

Infant Parent Psychotherapy

First Play Therapeutic Storytelling Infant Massage

Individual Trauma Therapy

Human Trafficking-Teen Mothers

Medical Trauma

Grief & Loss Issues in Infancy & Early Childhood

Pre-Post Partum Depression

Military Family Outreach Program

Individual Play Therapy & Developmental 

Play Therapy

Divorce-Separation Issues

DEI-B Early Childhood Trainings & Reflection

Social Skills Groups & Developmental Play Groups

Pre-School Mental Health Consultation

School Based Services

Circle of Security Parenting

Reflective Supervision

Program Development

BEHAVIORAL HEALTH

SERVICES

Bio-Psychosocial Assessment

Sexual Abuse Therapy-Non-Offending Parent

Individual Trauma Therapy

Substance Abuse Evaluation

Anger Management Group

Family, Individual & Couple's

Therapy

Psychological Evaluation

Capacity to Parent Evaluation

Immigration Evaluation

Life Skills Training & Coaching

Vocational Rehabilitation

Evaluations & Counseling


Parenting Skills Training

The Cradle of Love

A 12-week Evidence-Based Virtual Parenting Program for BIPOC Fathers with young children birth to five to provide opportunities to heal the intergenerational ghosts that impact their abilities to be just "good enough" fathers.

Contact TJI to Register.​

Infant Loss Support Group

GRIEVING IN THE BIPOC COMMUNITY

Black mothers and infants are dying at an alarming rate, much higher than other mothers and their infants from different backgrounds.

Black, Indigenous, and People of Color. The Journey Through Healing After Pregnancy and Infant Loss group is a monthly virtual support group for those who identify as either black, indigenous, or a person of color and who have experienced pregnancy or infant loss. Our vision is to provide a safe space to grieve while utilizing group reflective discussions, mindful coping mechanisms, and resources to support you and you family. 

                  Groups in English & Creole

Contact TJI for registration information.